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Haiti / United States Occupation #596148

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 01, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Port-au-Prince: Jim Maceda) Questions about the role of the US military forces in Haiti examined; scenes shown from the streets of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, including yesterday's battle between supporters of exiled President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and right-wing gunmen and of US soldiers on patrol. [Military police sergeant William SELBY, Pvt. Michael JACKSON, in radio address, President CLINTON, Haitian GUNMEN - comment on the United States military's job.] [US ambassador to Haiti William SWING - lists American achievements.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: Steve Daniels) The freedom seekers at the Haitian refugee camps at the Guantanamo Naval Base featured; scenes shown of the refugees, including children rescued at sea. The plans for some Haitian to return home after being trained to be policemen noted. [Repatriate Jean ANTOINE - (thru translator) talks about going back.] [US Marine Corps Brigadier General Michael WILLIAMS - talks about the uncertain future for the kids.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

Daniels, Steve;
Maceda, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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